Wednesday, November 17, 2010

What Else But...

Trees Like Painting

Contingency plans.

Turning Around Dog

Our just-in-case.

Berries in Abstract

Our now-I-will-because-I-can't-anymore.

Turning Shoes

Our turning.

Butterfly Leaves

Or our waiting.

Leaves like Water

Our seeing-it-differently.


After all, it seemed like the only thing to do.

Contingency Plans photos by L.L. Barkat.



Blogger David Rupert said...

Woah! I'm dizzy.

Now, let me take a look at those photos

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Sandra Heska King said...

Me, too. Dizzy. But that's how I see life sometimes. :) Love these!

3:42 PM  
Blogger Kathleen Overby said...

All children love twirling. Adults forget how much fun it is to get a different perspective. Twirly girl with the curl - don't forget or let us!

3:56 PM  
Anonymous sarah said...

great photos! thank you for joining us.

12:40 AM  
Blogger Kelly Sauer said...

I really must know... how did you get that spinning effect? Love these!

4:43 AM  
Blogger L.L. Barkat said...

Sorry to make you all dizzy. :)

Kelly, I tried a Contingency Plan. Instead of my normal hold-the-camera-as-still-as-possible, I moved it on purpose. Lots of different ways and speeds. I love how it added an even greater element of chance to the results. :)

1:42 PM  
Blogger S. Etole said...

innovative contingency plans ...

10:47 PM  
Blogger Graceful said...

These are really cool. But yes, it's amazing how a still photo can trigger actual dizziness as I sit here stagnant at my computer. Wow.

11:49 AM  
Anonymous kingfisher said...

Laura, my camera has an anti-shake feature and doesn't like being deliberately moved. I got some spectacular shots of outdoor Christmas lighting against an all black dark background, and the lights moved "wonderfully". But I've tried movement with daylight pics and only gotten horrible fuzz-blurs instead of pretty patterns.

I do love the effects you achieved!

I've posted the "send off" (mailing) of God in the Yard on my blog. I'll let you make the appropriate link if you'd like.

2:10 PM  
Blogger Deidra said...

So cool. Reminds me of ballet class - the early days.

11:11 AM  

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